How Live Longer Best New

How Live Longer Best New

Ignore the anecdotes about those who have survived a long time; they almost certainly will not apply to anyone else. Living a longer and healthier life often involves a combination of lifestyle choices, medical care, and genetic factors. Here are some of the best ways to increase your chances of living a longer life. 

 

  1. Avoid pollution: smoking, air-pollution (including air-fresheners, candles, etc. 

  2. Exercise and Yoga: those who walk most live longer; more is better, faster is better. Strength and flexibility ones. 

  3. Maintain a Healthy Diet: Eating a balanced diet rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean proteins, and healthy fats can reduce the risk of chronic diseases. mainly vegetarian (Mediterranean diet), little meat (no processed), fish, nuts, fruit. Avoid fast-food/processed food. Home prepared best. Little/no alcohol 

  4. Get Adequate Sleep: Quality sleep is crucial for overall health regular: 7–8 hours, cool and dark room. short Sleep duration Deeply affects our physical health, mental clarity, and overall quality of life

  5. Oral hygiene: regular cleaning, twice or more daily

  6. Stay Socially Active: Strong social connections are linked to better mental and physical health and longer life expectancy.

  7. Limit Exposure to Sunlight and Wear Sunscreen: Protecting your skin from harmful UV rays can prevent skin cancer and premature aging. Do all these, and obesity won’t happen (mainly a diet, not exercise, problem)

  8. Lastly: check how you are doing - scales, hand-grip, lungs, blood tests, resting heart rate, waist: height ratio

  9. Very few do all these (1% do all, 5% do 3; the rich do more, the poor the least - the former live longer)

  10. Positive Outlook: Cultivating a positive outlook and sense of purpose can have beneficial effects on your health. The secret ingredient is Motivation - to live healthily longer, and/or get healthy.

  11. It's important to remember that these guidelines are general and may not apply equally to everyone. Individual health needs can vary, so it's always a good idea to consult with healthcare professionals when making significant changes to your lifestyle.


I hope this helps!

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